From: Guillaume Melquiond (guillaume.melquiond_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-03-02 12:55:33
Le mar 02/03/2004 à 09:57, Pavel Vozenilek a écrit :
> "Beman Dawes" <bdawes_at_[hidden]> wrote
> > We deal with __GNUC__ inconsistently by defining BOOST_INTEL rather than
> > BOOST_GCC.
> BOOST_INTEL_LINUX and BOOST_INTEL_WIN32 please.
> They are different animals and different set of bugs.
They are not totally different and have some bugs (or features) in
common; it's the reason why BOOST_INTEL was added in the first place.
There were places in Boost where there was this preprocessor test:
#if defined(__ICL) || defined(__ICC) || defined(__ECC) ||
Now it looks a bit saner thanks to BOOST_INTEL.
If you want to add BOOST_INTEL_LINUX and BOOST_INTEL_WIN32 and
BOOST_INTEL_??? (how do you call the macro for the HP/UX version of the
compiler? and the other versions? Intel does a bit more than just
supporting Linux and Windows), fine. But please don't remove
BOOST_INTEL, it has its own utility.
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